BOM is looking to appoint a team of Digital Skills Tutors with a range of creative technology skills to help us deliver our Propeller Digital Skills Programme for neurodivergent people.
We are looking for tutors with a range of digital skills including AR, VR, AI, coding, 3D printing, sound design, web design and programmable technologies such as Raspberry Pi’s, Arduinos and Micro:bits.
Digital Skills Tutors will be willing to share their digital knowledge and experience to co-create mini series’ of workshops that are relevant and meaningful to neurodivergent people.
Digital Skills Tutors will be proactive and creative in the co-creation of the programme, being coached and guided by the Engagement Manager, ensuring activity is accessible to this target group.
Hours will be flexible – programmes will be scheduled with Tutors in advance. Tutors must be prepared to work outside of usual office hours as some workshops will take place during evenings and weekends. Workshops will be repeated at different times throughout the year to ensure more participants can access the programme.
To apply, download the Job Description and Person Specification below and send us your CV and a short, one page covering letter (or link to a short video application).
Deadline: 12pm, Tuesday 30 November 2021.Digital-Skills-Tutor-JD-Propeller-5.11.21.pdf (63 downloads)